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Muslim convert terrorizes Las Vegas with deadliest mass shooting in America

 

Muslim-convert-terrorizes-Las-Vegas-with-deadliest-mass-shooting-in-AmericaOctober 1, 2017 – 64-year-old Muslim convert, Alt-Left Antifa terrorist, and gambler Stephen Paddock, whose father was a convicted bank robber, fired from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, on a crowd of 22,000 gathered on the Las Vegas Strip for the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival. At least 50 people were killed and more than 200 injured. Officers killed the gunman.
 

1. ISIS has put out videos to warn of attacks specifically at Las Vegas, twice!

ISIS has put out videos to warn America of attacks specifically at Las Vegas more than once, first time in 2016 and second time in April 2017, 6 months before the actual attack.
 
 
 
ISIS threatened massive Muslim terrorist attack in Las Vegas, Nevada in Apr, 2017, 6 months before real attack Oct 2, 2017.
 
ISIS seems to make good on its promise of attacking Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct 2, 2017. More than 58 dead, more than 500 injured.
 
15-20 victims were killed inside the Casino, and 30-35 victims were killed outside on the streets Tropicana Avenue. Apparently, the Muslim savage wanted to maximize the death toll by killing everyone he could, both inside and outside the Casino.
 
Contrary to the #fakenews terrorists’ report, Muslim convert Stephen Paddock’s girlfriend is a a 62-year-old Filipino-American named Marilou Danley who has had frequent trips to Dubai. Qatar. According to SWAT team that shot dead Stephen Paddock for resisting to his death, his hotel room was full of Antifa and Islamic related materials.
 
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2 bloody bodies of female country music lovers, among 58 dead victims, shot dead by Muslim convert Stephen Paddock at Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. Oct 2, 2017.
 
Footage of the massacre in progress by Muslim convert Stephen Paddock at Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. Oct 2, 2017.
 
Shooting incidents with high-grade weapon from higher ground is extremely deadly. Has this happened before? Sure did. On July 7, another Muslim Convert Micah Johnson, a follower of Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam, killed 5 police officers in Dallas, Texas.
 
Muslim Convert Micah Johnson, a follower of Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam, killed 5 police officers in Dallas, Texas, on July 7, 2016.

2. Could the attack be preventable?

The attack might or might not be preventable, but the death toll would have likely been lower. Security from Casinos and Hotels on the Strip could have screened for high powered rifle and automatic weapons before admission. Large outside gathering should not have been permitted next to unscreened tall infrastructures like Casinos and Hotels. There is a reason that all standard military tactical guidelines recommend taking the high ground in battles. 
 
By not having exceptionally large crowd, 22,000 in this case, next to screened buildings, the shooting from high-power rifle could claim many victims, and it did. The roughly 45-degree angle from the high vantage point of 32nd floor of Mandalay Bay Casino made the shooting even deadlier, as many victims were shot in the heads and backs. Even if victims tried to duck or lie down in open space, that act would not have helped in situation where the angle of attack was from above. 
 
Despite the push for gun control by the Alt-Left terrorists, banning guns is not the solution as that only makes the law-abiding gun-owners and unarmed citizens vulnerable to attacks by criminals and terrorists who do not follow the laws anyway.

3. Worst mass shooting in America so far

At the death toll of 58, Las Vegas shooting is ranked the worst mass shooting in America so far, beating 49 victims claimed by another Muslim savage from the shooting at Pulse Night Club, Orlando, Florida, in June 12, 2016.

4. What can American patriots do?

You cannot trust the government, even under Trump administration, to protect you, unfortunately. Even with the best intention, incompetent and corrupt officials are abound, and it only takes one to mess up your life, or the lives of your loved ones, forever.

Because criminals always have access to weapon of mass killing regardless of whether any of those particular weapon is forbidden by the law, as criminals do NOT obey laws (if you need to be told that criminals do not follow laws, you are either too dumb or too naive), one needs to take defensive measure into one’s own hands.

Avoid big crowd on ground level if you are not allowed to bear arms.

Avoid big crowd that is next to unscreened, unchecked high-rise buildings, whether you are allowed to bear arms or not. Being armed in this case carry no benefit because the enemy has clear advantage of having high ground AND cover. With such clear imbalance, one is more likely to be neutralized by the enemy before identifying his position, let alone returning fire.

5. Other mass shootings in America

Below is a list of the 10 deadliest single-day mass shootings in US history from 1949 to the present. (If the shooter was killed or committed suicide during the incident that death is not included in the total.)

Pulse night club 
49 killed

June 12, 2016 – Muslim savage Omar Saddiqui Mateen, 29, opens fire inside Pulse, a gay nightclub, in Orlando. 49 people are killed and more than 50 are injured. Police shoot and kill Mateen during an operation to free hostages officials say he was holding at the club.

Virginia Tech 
32 killed

April 16, 2007 – A gunman, 23-year-old student Seung-Hui Cho, goes on a shooting spree killing 32 people in two locations and wounding an undetermined number of others on the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. The shooter then commits suicide.

Sandy Hook 
27 killed

December 14, 2012 – Adam Lanza, 20, guns down 20 children, ages 6 and 7, and six adults, school staff and faculty at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. — before turning the gun on himself. Investigating police later find Nancy Lanza, Adam’s mother, dead from a gunshot wound.

Luby’s Cafeteria 
23 killed

October 16, 1991 – In Killeen, Texas, 35-year-old George Hennard crashes his pickup truck through the wall of a Luby’s Cafeteria. After exiting the truck, Hennard shoots and kills 23 people. He then commits suicide.

McDonald’s in San Ysidro 
21 killed

July 18, 1984 – In San Ysidro, California, 41-year-old James Huberty, armed with a long-barreled Uzi, a pump-action shotgun and a handgun, shoots and kills 21 adults and children at a local McDonald’s. A police sharpshooter kills Huberty one hour after the rampage begins.

University of Texas 
18 killed

August 1, 1966 – In Austin, Texas, Charles Joseph Whitman, a former US Marine, kills 16 and wounds at least 30 while shooting from a University of Texas tower. Police officers Ramiro Martinez and Houston McCoy shoot and kill Whitman in the tower. Whitman had also killed his mother and wife earlier in the day.

San Bernardino 
14 killed

December 2, 2015 – Married couple Muslim savages Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik open fire on an employee gathering taking place at Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, killing 14 people.

Edmond, Oklahoma 
14 killed

August 20, 1986 – In Edmond, Oklahoma, part-time mail carrier Patrick Henry Sherrill, armed with three handguns, kills 14 postal workers in 10 minutes and then takes his own life with a bullet to the head.

Fort Hood 
13 killed

November 5, 2009 – Muslim savages Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan kills 13 people and injures 32 at Fort Hood, Texas, during a shooting rampage. He is convicted and sentenced to death.
 
There were several other incidents in which 13 people were killed:
April 3, 2009 – In Binghamton, New York, Jiverly Wong kills 13 people and injures four during a shooting at an immigrant community center. He then kills himself.
 
April 20, 1999 – Columbine High School – Littleton, Colorado. Eighteen-year-old Eric Harris and 17-year-old Dylan Klebold kill 12 fellow students and one teacher before committing suicide in the school library.
 
February 18, 1983 – Three men enter the Wah Mee gambling and social club in Seattle, rob the 14 occupants and then shoot each in the head, killing 13. Two of the men, Kwan Fai Mak and Benjamin Ng, are convicted of murder in August 1983. Both are serving life in prison. The third, Wai-Chiu “Tony” Ng, after years on the run in Canada, is eventually convicted of first-degree robbery and second-degree assault. He is deported to Hong Kong in 2014.
 
September 25, 1982 – In Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, 40-year-old George Banks, a prison guard, kills 13 people including five of his own children. In September 2011, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturns his death sentence stating that Banks is mentally incompetent.
 
September 5, 1949 – In Camden, New Jersey, 28-year-old Howard Unruh, a veteran of World War II, shoots and kills 13 people as he walks down Camden’s 32nd Street. His weapon of choice is a German-crafted Luger pistol. He is found insane and is committed to a state mental institution. He dies at the age of 88.

Voters guide for U.S. Election 2016

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Election Day Countdown: Nov 08, 2016. 

America is in deep crisis. American patriots CANNOT afford not to vote to lose America once more to the infiltrated enemies and their collaborating, corrupted traitors!

Election 2016

Voters guide for U.S. Election 2016

1. Online Application for New Voter Registration 

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G-M

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 “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”   -Ronald Reagan.

 

2. State Election Dates & Deadlines

State Election Date Voter Registration Absentee Ballot Request Absentee Ballot Return Early In-Person Voting
Alabama (334)-242-7200
Presidential and State Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Postmarked by Feb 16, 2016 Feb 25, 2016 Hand delivered or postmarked by Feb 29, 2016 Not allowed
State Primary Runoff Apr 12, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 Nov 3, 2016 Nov 7, 2016 Not allowed
Alaska (866)-952-8683
State Primary Election Aug 16, 2016 Jul 17, 2016 Aug 6, 2016 Aug 16, 2016 Aug 1, 2016 – Aug 16, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 9, 2016 Oct 29, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 – Nov 8, 2016
American Samoa (684)-699-3571
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
Arizona (877)-843-9683
Presidential Preference Election Mar 22, 2016 Feb 22, 2016 Received by Mar 11, 2016 by 5pm Mar 22, 2016 Feb 24, 2016
State Primary Election Aug 30, 2016 Aug 1, 2016 Received by Aug 19, 2016 by 5pm Aug 30, 2016 Aug 3, 2016 – Aug 30, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 Oct 28, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 12, 2016 – Nov 8, 2016
Arkansas (800)-482-1127
Presidential Preference and State Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 1, 2016 Feb 23, 2016 if by post, fax or email; Feb 29, 2016 if in-person Mar 1, 2016 Feb 15, 2016 – Feb 29, 2016
State Primary Runoff Mar 22, 2016 Feb 22, 2016 To be announced To be announced Feb 23, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 if by post, fax or email; Nov 7, 2016 if in-person Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 – Nov 7, 2016
California (800)-345-8683
Presidential Primary Election Jun 7, 2016 May 23, 2016 May 31, 2016 Postmarked by Jun 7, 2016, Received by Jun 10, 2016 To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 Postmarked by Nov 8, 2016; Received by Nov 11, 2016 To Be Announced
Colorado (303)-894-2200
Party Precinct Caucus Day Mar 1, 2016 Feb 1, 2016
Primary Election Jun 28, 2016 Jun 20, 2016 (Election Day Registration is available) Domestic voters must update voter registration/mailing address by Jun 20. All active voters are mailed a ballot, so no ballot request needed. Transmitted by 7pm MT on Jun 28, 2016; Received by Jul 6, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 31, 2016 (Election Day Registration is available) Domestic voters must update their voter registration/mailing address by Oct 31. All active voters are mailed a ballot, so no ballot request needed. Transmitted by 7pm MT on Nov 8, 2016; Received by Nov 16, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 – Nov 8, 2016
Connecticut (860)-509-6100
Primary Election Apr 26, 2016 Apr 21, 2016 (Election Day Registration is available) Apr 5, 2016 Apr 26, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 (Election Day Registration is available) Oct 8, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
Delaware (866)-276-2353
Presidential Primary Election Apr 26, 2016 Apr 2, 2016 Apr 25, 2016 Apr 26, 2016 Not allowed
State Primary Election Sep 13, 2016 Aug 20, 2016 Sep 12, 2016 Sep 13, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 15, 2016 Nov 7, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
District of Columbia (202)-727-2525
Presidential Primary AND District Primary Jun 14, 2016 May 23, 2016 Jun 7, 2016 Jun 14, 2016 Jun 5, 2016 – Jun 11, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 17, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 30, 2016 – Nov 8, 2016
Florida (850)-245-6200
Presidential Preference Primary Mar 15, 2016 Feb 16, 2016 Mar 9, 2016 Mar 15, 2016 Mar 5, 2016 – Mar 12, 2016
State Primary Election Aug 30, 2016 Aug 1, 2016 Aug 24, 2016 Aug 30, 2016 Aug 20, 2016 – Aug 27, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 2, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 29, 2016 – Nov 5, 2016
Georgia (404)-656-2871
Presidential Preference Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 1, 2016 To be announced Mar 1, 2016 Feb 8, 2016
State Primary Election May 24, 2016 Apr 26, 2016 To be announced To be announced To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 To be announced To be announced Oct 17, 2016
Guam (671)-477-9791
Territory Primary Aug 27, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 To be announced To be announced To be announced Not allowed
Hawaii (800)-442-8683
Primary Election Aug 13, 2016 Jul 14, 2016 Aug 6, 2016 Aug 13, 2016 Aug 1, 2016 – Aug 11, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 25, 2016 – Nov 5, 2016
Idaho (208)-334-2852
Presidential Primary Election Mar 8, 2016 Feb 12, 2016; Election Day Registration is available Mar 2, 2016 Mar 8, 2016 Feb 22, 2016 – Mar 4, 2016
State Primary Election May 17, 2016 Apr 22, 2016; Election Day Registration is available May 11, 2016 May 17, 2016 May 2, 2016 – May 13, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 14, 2016 Nov 2, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 – Nov 4, 2016
Illinois
Presidential and State Primary Election Mar 15, 2016 Mar 8, 2016 Mar 10, 2016 Mar 15, 2016 Feb 29, 2016 – Mar 14, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 3, 2016, Nov 7, 2016 if requesting in person Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 – Nov 7, 2016
Indiana (317)-232-3300
Presidential and State Primary Election May 3, 2016 Apr 4, 2016 Post received by Apr 25, 2016; In-person request, noon, May 2, 2016 May 3, 2016 After Apr 5, 2016 (In-person Absentee Voting)
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Post received by Oct 31, 2016; In-person request by noon, Nov 7, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 After Oct 11, 2016 (In-person Absentee Voting)
Iowa (515)-281-8849
Primary Election Jun 7, 2016 May 27, 2016 Jun 3, 2016 Jun 7, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 29, 2016 Nov 4, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
Kansas (785)-296-4561
State Primary Election Aug 2, 2016 Jul 12, 2016 To be announced Aug 2, 2016 To be announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 18, 2016 To be announced To be announced To be announced
Kentucky (502)-573-7100
State Primary Election May 17, 2016 Apr 18, 2016 May 10, 2016 May 17, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
Presidential Primary (Dem) May 17, 2016 Apr 18, 2016 May 10, 2016 May 17, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
Louisiana (225)-922-0900
Primary Election Mar 5, 2016 Feb 3, 2016 Mar 1, 2016 Mar 4, 2016 Feb 20, 2016 – Feb 27, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 4, 2016 Nov 7, 2016 Oct 25, 2016 – Nov 1, 2016
Maine (207)-624-7736
State Primary Election Jun 14, 2016 Per post by May 24, 2016; Same Day Voter Registration is available Jun 8, 2016 Jun 14, 2016 To be announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Per post by Oct 18, 2016; Same Day Voter Registration is available Nov 3, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To be announced
Maryland (410)-269-2840
Presidential and State Primary Election Apr 26, 2016 Apr 5, 2016 Apr 19, 2016 for ballot by mail, Apr 22, 2016 for electronic ballot Apr 26, 2016 Apr 14, 2016 – Apr 21, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 18, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 for ballot by mail; Nov 4, 2016 for electronic ballot Nov 8, 2016 Oct 27, 2016 – Nov 3, 2016
Massachusetts (617)-727-2828
Presidential Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 10, 2016 Feb 29, 2016 by 12 pm EST Mar 1, 2016 Not allowed
State Primary Election Sep 8, 2016 Aug 19, 2016 To be announced Sep 8, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 19, 2016 Nov 7, 2016 by 12 pm EST Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
Michigan (888)-767-6424
Presidential Preference Primary Election Mar 8, 2016 Feb 8, 2016 Mar 5, 2016 by 2 pm Received by Mar 8, 2016 by 8pm Not allowed
State Primary Election Aug 2, 2016 Jul 5, 2016 Received by Jul 30, 2016 by 2pm Receibed by Aug 2, 2016 by 8pm Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Received by Nov 5, 2016 by 2 pm Received by Nov 8, 2016 by 8pm Not allowed
Minnesota (877)-600-8683
State Primary Election Aug 9, 2016 Jul 19, 2016 (Election Day Registration is available) No deadline Aug 9, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
General Election Nov 5, 2016 Oct 18, 2016 (Election Day Registration is available) No deadline Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
Mississippi (601)-359-6360
Presidential and State Primary Election Mar 8, 2016 Feb 6, 2016 To be announced Mar 8, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 8, 2016 To be announced Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
Missouri (573)-751-2301
Presidential Primary Election Mar 15, 2016 Feb 17, 2016 Mar 9, 2016 by 5 pm Mar 15, 2016 Not allowed
Missouri State Primary Election Aug 2, 2016 Jul 6, 2016 Jul 27, 2016 Aug 2, 2016 Not allowed
Missouri General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 12, 2016 Nov 2, 2016 by 5 pm Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
Montana (888)-884-8683
Primary Election Jun 7, 2016 May 9, 2016 Jun 6, 2016 by 12 pm Jun 7, 2016 May 9, 2016 – Jun 6, 2016 (In-person Absentee Voting)
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 7, 2016 by 12 pm Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 – Nov 7, 2016 (In-person Absentee Voting)
Nebraska (888)-727-0007
Primary Election May 10, 2016 Apr 22, 2016 May 4, 2016 by 4 pm May 10, 2016 To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 21, 2016 Nov 2, 2016 by 4 pm Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced
Nevada (775)-684-5708
State Primary Election Jun 14, 2016 May 14, 2016; May 24, 2016 if online or in-person Jun 7, 2016 Jun 14, 2016 May 28, 2016 – Jun 10, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 8, 2016; Oct 18, 2016 if online or in-person Nov 1, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 22, 2016 – Nov 4, 2016
New Hampshire (603)-271-3242
Presidential Primary Election Feb 9, 2016 Jan 30, 2016; Oct 30, 2015; Last day to change party affiliation To be announced Feb 9, 2016 if by mail Not allowed
State Primary Election Sep 13, 2016 May 31, 2016 last day to change party affiliation; Sep 6, 2016 last day to register To be announced To be announced Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 29, 2016 To be announced Nov 8, 2016 if by mail Not allowed
New Jersey (609)-292-3760
Primary Election Jun 7, 2016 May 17, 2016 To be announced To be announced Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 18, 2016 To be announced To be announced Not allowed
New Mexico (505)-827-3600
Primary Election Jun 7, 2016 May 10, 2016 Jun 3, 2016 Jun 7, 2016 To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 4, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced
New York (518)-474-8100
Presidential Primary Election Apr 19, 2016 Mar 25, 2016 Postmarked by Apr 12, 2016; In-person by Apr 18, 2016 Postmarked by Apr 18, 2016, Received by Apr 26, 2016 Not allowed
Federal Primary Election Jun 28, 2016 Jun 3, 2016 Postmarked by Jun 21, 2016; In-person by Jun 27, 2016 Postmarked by Jun 27, 2016; Received by Jul 5, 2016 Not allowed
State and Local Primary Election Sep 13, 2016 Aug 19, 2016 Postmarked by Sep 6, 2016; In-person by Sep 12, 2016 Postmarked by Sep 12, 2016; Received by Sep 20, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Postmarked by Oct 14, 2016 and received by Oct 19, 2016; In-person by Oct 14, 2016 Postmarked by Nov 1, 2016; In-person by Nov 7, 2016 Postmarked by Nov 7, 2016, Received by Nov 15, 2016 Early voting is not available in New York
North Carolina (919)-733-7173
Presidential Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 4, 2016 Feb 23, 2016 Mar 1, 2016 To Be Announced
Statewide Primary May 3, 2016 Apr 8, 2016 Apr 26, 2016 May 3, 2016 Apr 21, 2016 – Apr 30, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 14, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 27, 2016 – Nov 5, 2016
North Dakota (701)-328-4146
Primary Election Jun 14, 2016 No voter registration required To be announced Jun 13, 2016 To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 No voter registration required To be announced Nov 7, 2016 To Be Announced
Ohio (614)-466-2585
Primary Election Mar 15, 2016 Feb 16, 2016 Mar 12, 2016 Postmarked Mar 14, 2016, Received by Mar 25, 2016, In-Person by Mar 15, 2016 To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 5, 2016 Postmarked Nov 7, 2016, Received by Nov 18, 2016, In-Person Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced
Oklahoma (405)-521-2391
Presidential Preference Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 5, 2016 Feb 24, 2016 Mar 1, 2016 Feb 25, 2016; Feb 26, 2016; Feb 27, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 14, 2016 Nov 2, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Nov 3, 2016; Nov 4, 2016; Nov 5, 2016
Oregon (503)-986-1518
Primary Election May 17, 2016 Apr 26, 2016 May 11, 2016 May 17, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 18, 2016 Nov 3, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
Pennsylvania (877)-868-3772
Primary Election Apr 26, 2016 Mar 28, 2016 Apr 19, 2016 Apr 22, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
Puerto Rico (787)-758-8682
State Primary Election Jun 5, 2016 Apr 18, 2016 To be announced To be announced Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Sep 19, 2016 To be announced To be announced Not allowed
Rhode Island
Presidential Preference Primary Election Apr 26, 2016 Mar 28, 2016 Apr 5, 2016 Apr 26, 2016 Not allowed
Primary Election Sep 13, 2016 Aug 15, 2016 Aug 23, 2016 Sep 13, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 Oct 18, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Not allowed
South Carolina (803)-734-9060
Republican Presidential Preference Primary Feb 20, 2016 Jan 20, 2016 Feb 16, 2016 Feb 20, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
Democratic Presidential Preference Primary Feb 27, 2016 Jan 27, 2016 Feb 23, 2016 Feb 27, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
State Primary Election Jun 14, 2016 May 14, 2016 Jun 10, 2016 Jun 14, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 8, 2016 Nov 4, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced (In-person Absentee Voting)
South Dakota (605)-773-3537
Primary Election Jun 7, 2016 May 23, 2016 Jun 6, 2016 Jun 7, 2016 To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 Nov 7, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced
Tennessee (615)-741-7956
Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 1, 2016 Feb 23, 2016 Mar 1, 2016 Feb 10, 2016 – Feb 23, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 11, 2016 Nov 1, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 Oct 19, 2016 – Nov 3, 2016
Texas (800)-252-8683
Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 8, 2016 Received by Feb 19, 2016 Mar 1, 2016 Feb 16, 2016 – Feb 26, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 Oct 28, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced
Utah (877)-988-3468
Primary Election Mar 22, 2016 Postmarked by Feb 22, 2016; Online or In-person Mar 15, 2016 Mar 17, 2016 Mar 22, 2016 To Be Announced
Utah General Election Nov 8, 2016 To be announced To be announced To be announced To Be Announced
Vermont
Presidential Preference Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 24, 2016 Feb 29, 2016 Mar 1, 2016 To Be Announced
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Nov 2, 2016 Nov 7, 2016 Nov 8, 2016 To Be Announced
Virginia (800)-552-9745
Presidential Primary Election Mar 1, 2016 Feb 8, 2016 Feb 23, 2016 if by post, fax or email; Feb 27, 2016 if in-person Mar 1, 2016 Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 To be announced To be announced To be announced To Be Announced
Virgin Islands (802)-828-2464
General Election Nov 8, 2016 To be announced To be announced To be announced Not allowed
Primary Election Aug 6, 2016 To be announced To be announced To be announced Not allowed
Washington (800)-448-4881
Presidential Primary Election May 24, 2016 Apr 25, 2016 if by mail or online; May 16, 2016 if in-person Not Applicable: Washington has all mail elections. Ballots are mailed 18 days before the election. Not applicable: Washington has all mail elections. Ballots are due on Election Day. Not allowed
State Primary Election Aug 2, 2016 Jul 4, 2016 if online; Jul 25, 2016 in-person online Not Applicable: Washington has all mail elections. Ballots are mailed 18 days before the election. Not applicable: Washington has all mail elections. Ballots are due on Election Day. Not allowed
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 10, 2016 if by mail or online, Oct 31, 2016 if in-person Not Applicable: Washington has all mail elections. Ballots are mailed 18 days before the election. Not applicable: Washington has all mail elections. Ballots are due on Election Day. Not allowed
West Virginia (304)-558-6000
Primary Election May 10, 2016 Apr 19, 2016 May 4, 2016 Postmarked by May 10, 2016, Recieved by May 16, 2016; Hand delivered by May 9, 2016 Apr 27, 2016 – May 7, 2016
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 18, 2016 Nov 2, 2016 Postmarked by Nov 8, 2016, Recieved by Nov 18, 2016; Hand delivered by Nov 7, 2016 Oct 26, 2016 – Nov 5, 2016
Wisconsin (608)-266-8005
Presidential Preference Vote Apr 5, 2016 Mar 16, 2016 if by mail, Apr 1, 2016 if in-person (Election Day Registration is available) Mar 31, 2016 Postmarked by Apr 5, 2016, Received by Apr 8, 2015 In-Person Absentee Voting available from Mar 21, 2016 to Apr 1, 2016 (not on weekends)
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 19, 2016 if by mail, Nov 4, 2016 if in-person (Election Day Registration is available) Nov 3, 2016 Postmarked by Nov 8, 2016, Received by Nov 11, 2016 In-Person Absentee Voting available from Oct 24, 2016 to Nov 4, 2016 (not on weekends)
Wyoming (307)-777-5860
Primary Election Aug 16, 2016 Aug 1, 2016 (Election Day Registration is available) To be announced Aug 16, 2016 In-Person Absentee Voting available 40 days before the election
General Election Nov 8, 2016 Oct 24, 2016 To be announced Nov 8, 2016 In-Person Absentee Voting available 40 days before the election

3. Same day voter registration

The following 11 states allow voters to vote on the same day as registration:
California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, Vermont, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

4. Closed Primary versus Open Primary

A closed primary is a type of primary election used to choose candidates who will run in the general election.
In a closed primary, only voters registered for the party which is holding the primary may vote.
For example, if the Republican party is holding a closed primary, then only voters registered as Republicans are permitted to vote

An open primary is a primary election in which any registered voter can vote in any party’s primary. Voters choose which primary to vote in, and do not have to be a member of that party in order to vote.

5. There are currently 29 Closed Primary Voting States

If you don’t see your state listed below, you have open primaries and just need to be a registered voter. To avoid any potential hiccup and/or less-than-honorable trickery pulled by corrupted authorities under the influence of the enemies of America, please call your Board Of Elections to verify that you are registered as a Republican, and if not, make the appropriate change. You can always change your party registration back, if needed.

1. Arizona
2. Arkansas
3. California
4. Colorado
5. Connecticut
6. Delaware
7. District of Columbia
8. Florida
9. Kansas
10. Kentucky
11. Louisiana
12. Maine
13. Maryland
14. Massachusetts
15. Nebraska
16. Nevada
17. New Hampshire
18. New Jersey
19. New Mexico
20. New York
21. North Carolina
22. Oklahoma
23. Oregon
24. Pennsylvania
25. Rhode Island
26. South Dakota
27. Utah
28. West Virginia
29. Wyoming

6. References

1. http://freedompost.org/islam/deception/facts-many-syrian-refugees-are-isis-sympathizers.html

2. http://freedompost.org/muslim/invasion/hussein-obamas-syrian-widows-and-orphans.html

3. http://freedompost.org/muslim/infiltration/barack-hussein-obama-the-muslim-in-chief.html

4. http://freedompost.org/islam/deception/civilization-jihad-aka-stealth-jihad.html

5. http://freedompost.org/islam/immigration/muslim-immigration-hijrah-and-politics.html

6. http://freedompost.org/terrorism/muslim-terrorism-worldwide-2015.html

7. http://freedompost.org/islam/deception/islamophobia-is-an-oxymoron.html

8. http://freedompost.org/islam/deception/muslim-race-card.html

9. http://freedompost.org/muslim/infiltration/cair-exposed.html

10. http://freedompost.org/terrorism/u-s/muslim-brotherhood-terrorist-designation-act-of-2015.html